Judith Schöbel
Judith Schöbel

Judith Schöbel

PhD student

contact data:

e-mail: judith.schoebel (at) uni-bayreuth.de
fon: 0921-553307
fax: 0921-553393
building: NW II room: 4.2 02 797


Bachelor of Science, Philipps-Universität Marburg (2011)
Title of Bachelor thesis:

Vernetztes Polyisoprentelechel mit Gold-Nanopartikeln verschiedener Größe (with Prof. Andreas Greiner)

Master of Science, Universität Bayreuth (2014)
Title of Master thesis:
Synthese und Charakterisierung amphiphiler Blockcopolymere zur Stabilisierung und kontrollierten Freisetzung von Silbernanopartikeln (with Prof. Andreas Greiner)

Research interests in general:
• Wormlike crystalline-core micelles with patchy corona
• Hybrid materials of metal nanoparticles and triblock terpolymers

Scientific publications:

[1] Schieder, M.; Lunkenbein, T.; Bojer, C.; Dulle, M.; vom Stein, J.; Auffermann, G.; Löbling, T.I.; Schöbel, J.; Schmalz, H.; Breu, J. "Selective Template Removal by Thermal Depolymerization to Obtain Mesostructured Oxycarbide" Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 2015, 641, 1829.

[2] Gegenhuber, T.; Krekhova, M.; Schöbel, J.; Gröschel, A. H.; Schmalz, H. “Patchy” Carbon Nanotubes as Efficient Compatibilizers for Polymer BlendsACS Macro Lett. 2016, 5, 306

[3] Schöbel, J.; Karg, M.; Rosenbach, D.; Krauss, G.; Greiner, G.; Schmalz, H.
"Patchy Worm-Like Micelles with Tailored Functionality by Crystallization-Driven Self-Assembly: A Versatile Platform for Mesostructured Hybrid Materials"
Macromolecules 2016, 49, 2761.

[4] Judith Schöbel, Matthias Burgard, Christian Hils, Roland Dersch, Martin Dulle, Kirsten Volk,
Matthias Karg, Andreas Greiner, and Holger Schmalz
"Bottom-Up Meets Top-Down: Patchy Hybrid Nonwovens as an Efficient Catalysis Platform"
Angewandte Chemie, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201609819

[5] Carina Bojer, Judith Schöbel, Thomas Martin, Michael Ertl, Holger Schmalz, Josef Breu
"Clinical Wastewater Treatment: Photochemical Removal of an Anionic Antibiotic (Ciprofloxacin) by Mesostructured High Aspect Ratio ZnO Nanotubes"
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 2016, DOI: 10.1016/j.apcatb.2016.12.003

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